Deal on Corsair K55: is now available at 17% discount

The Corsair K55 RGB Pro is an update to the Corsair K55 RGB and is a good entry-level gaming keyboard with rubber dome switches and zone-lit RGB backlighting. It has a good ergonomic design with a single angle setting and a wrist rest that can be taken off. It also has keys for media and macros, and the software that comes with it gives you a lot of ways to customize it.

Unfortunately, the build quality isn’t great, and typing on the rubber dome switches isn’t great either. Also, all of the keys wobble when you type, and they are pretty hard to press. This keyboard is almost the same as the Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT, except that the XT has backlighting and each key is lit in a different colour. This is a full-size keyboard that takes up a lot of space on your desk, especially when you add the wrist rest. The Corsair K55 RGB PRO is put together well enough.


  • Affordably priced
  • Extensive lighting options
  • Programmable macro keys
  • Excellent media controls
  • Good ergonomics
  • Exceptionally low latency
  • Comfortable typing experience

The body and backplate are both made of plastic and bend quite a bit. The top of the board has a glossy plastic finish that shows fingerprints and scratches very easily. The laser-etched ABS keycaps feel a little cheap and tend to get shiny from oil on your fingers. Their texture is almost like it would be hard to hold on to them.

Rubber pads on the bottom of the board give it a good grip, but the feet are just plastic, so the keyboard may move around if they are out. The Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT gets almost everything right when it comes to bells and whistles. This programmable keyboard has an extra column of macro keys and RGB lighting for each key. Both of these features are very rare in programmable keyboards.

It also works with the Corsair Utility Engine (iCUE) software, which lets you remap keys, make complicated lighting patterns, and even sync the keyboard with the Elgato Stream Deck software. Since Corsair owns Elgato, many of its products have Elgato functionality. This is important to remember if you’re a new streamer, especially if you don’t have a lot of money to spend on making videos.

Even though the iCUE software itself can be hard to understand, it still has a lot of useful features, especially for a cheap peripheral. Even though it is otherwise a pretty standard keyboard, the RGB lighting and macro keys help make it stand out and help justify the price.

How to buy Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT Keyboard?

The Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT works well with many different types of games. The keys aren’t necessarily better for gaming than they are for typing, but I didn’t find any problems with how they worked for regular play.

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